The waiters/waitress (only 1 spoke English) where very nice and tried to help me understand the menu.
The Restaurant itself it´s big but you don´t feel it because it is divided into several rooms of different sizes, it is very nice and special (decoration and atmosphere).
Problem with parking: small and if you come after a few guests, then you have to park along the street/road. (like many Italian Restaurants, they open at around 19:00)
Everything we had there (we ate there twice!) was just perfect. First and main courses and desserts. Not only their pizzas are good (and big) but also the pastas.
We had their Cabernet + Cabernet Franc "house" wine and was quite good.
We didn´t have enough days to eat there again and again...
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